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International Quilt Museum, Lincoln

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The International Quilt Study Center & Museum is the world's largest collection of publicly held quilts dating from the early 1700s to present, the quilts represent more than 45 countries. Rotating exhibitions display gems from the collection and traveling exhibits.

Quilt House is located at 33rd and Holdrege streets on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus. IQSCM makes its academic home in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design in the College of Education and Human Sciences at UNL.

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  • We enjoyed our time here, as the quilts displayed were beautiful. However, it was disappointing that with such a large, beautiful building, that they had probably less than 50 quilts hanging in the.....  more
    We enjoyed our time here, as the quilts displayed were beautiful. However, it was disappointing that with such a large, beautiful building, that they had probably less than 50 quilts hanging in the.....  more »
  • Having attempted making quilts and finding it a challenge I’m always amazed at the talent and intricacy of the good ones. Each quilt represents SO many hours by the seamstress. One on display is... 
    Having attempted making quilts and finding it a challenge I’m always amazed at the talent and intricacy of the good ones. Each quilt represents SO many hours by the seamstress. One on display is...  more »
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  • Beautiful quilts, well curated. Bonus - was able to see a restoration in progress and the gentleman doing the work patiently explained his thought process and assumed background of that particular quilt. Fascinating
  • Had not been in person for 2 years since Covid. I was blown away by the beautiful and innovative quilts on display. My senses were overjoyed!! Purchased a $60 yearly membership. Free on First Fridays. If you have no membership it costs $8.00 a day.

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